Vietnamese and Israeli officials highlighted the potential to boost bilateral ties, suggesting ways to improve co-operation in diplomacy, trade, investment, finance, agriculture, science-technology, culture and education. The sides are targeting annual two-way trade of US$3 billion.
Within the framework of the event, Vietnamese Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh met with Israeli Minister of Economy and Industry Eli Cohen, who also co-chaired the meeting.
The Vietnamese minister met with his Israeli counterpart Ofir Akunis, during which the two sides signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on co-operation in science and technology between the two ministries.
The MoU aims to support joint projects; organise events and meetings on science and technology; exchange information, delegations and experience; and encourage co-operation among universities between the two nations.
During his stay, Minister Anh visited the Israel Innovation Authority, Ben-Gurion University and a number of Israeli enterprises, such as SouthUP, Trendlines, BioFishency and Mobileye.
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